The Premier Outreach Group in the JHU Physics Building
We were featured on the Physics and Astronomy Department website! Check us out here: http://physics-astronomy.jhu.edu/physics-and-astronomy-graduate-students-volunteer-at-stem-recognition-event/.
The PAGS outreach organization was started in the spring of 2012 ago by graduate student emerita Alexandra Greenbaum with the goal of harnessing the resources of this department to improve science literacy in Baltimore city schools. We visit local high schools to show physics and astronomy demonstrations, describe what life as a graduate student and scientist is like, and inspire further exploration in science. We have grown to include over two dozen members involved with three main projects, described in detail in the following pages. We are always interested in new activities and partnerships with the Baltimore community.
If you have any questions, or are an educator who is interested in finding out how we can work to complement the physics curriculum at your school, please contact us or visit our website (http://pagsoutreach.wordpress.com/) and Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/PAGSOutreach)!
Joel Clemmer and Erini Lambrides
Check out our projects!
Meet Our Executive Board
Erini Lambrides and Joel Clemmer
PAGS Outreach President
PAGS Outreach Treasurer
Marco Galvani and Michael Busch
PAGS Outreach Highschool Demo Coordinator
Patrick Breysse and Kevin Fogarty
PAGS Outreach WWT Coordinator
PAGS Outreach Planetarium Construction Manager
Thomas O’Connor, Melissa Diamond and Dan Pfeffer
PAGS Outreach Webmasters
Tarini Konchady and Kyle Sullivan
PAGS Outreach former president
PAGS Outreach Founder/former president